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Vol. 1.-Cricket, by Hon, and Rev. E. Lyttelton; Lawn Tennis, by H. W. W. Wilberforce; Tennis, Rackets, and Fives, by Julian Marshall, Major Spens, and J. A. Tait; Golf, by W. T. Linskill; Hockey, by F. S. Creswell.

Vol. II.-Rowing and Sculling, by W. B. Woodgate ; Sailing, by E. F. Knight; Swimming, by M. and J. R. Cobbett.

Vol. III.-Boxing, by R. G. AllansonWinn; Single Stick and Sword Exercise, by R. G. Allanson-Winn and C. PhillippsWolley : Wrestling, by Walter Armstrong; Fencing, by H. A. Colmore Dunn.

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This last revision, comprising and superseding the issues of 1847, 1862 and 1880, is by far the most complete that the Work has undergone durin the sixty-two years that it has been before the public. Every page has bee treated as if the book were now published for the first time.

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